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Morozov Ivan Nikolaevich (1884 - 1962)  Click to play

Ivan Morozov was born in 1884 in Mstera to a family of icon painters. He worked in icon-painting studios in Mstera from 1893 to 1907, and then from 1911 to 1914.

Morozov's activities in iconography and contributions to Mstera's part in the history of lacquer miniature painting are still known today. Besides being a member of the USSR Union of Artist and the Old Russian Painting Artel, he was also the founder of Mstera lacquered miniature painting. In 1949 he was honored with the Art Worker of Russia award and decorated with the Order of Red Banner of Labor in 1954. He is a merited artist of the USSR.

The Dance (1947)

The Dance (1947)

Tale of the Golden Cockerel (1946)

Tale of the Golden Cockerel (1946)

Reference:
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Information on this artist you can find in these books:

I. Guliayev V., 1989, RUSSIAN LACQUERED MINIATURES, AURORA ART PUBLISHERS, Leningrad:

1. Oval casket "The Dance" (1947, Mstera Art Museum), # 159.

2. Casket "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1946, Mstera Art Museum), # 160.

II. Voronova O. "LACQUER MINIATURE FROM MSTIORA", 1980, AURORA ART PUBLISHERS, Leningrad:

1. Casket "Unity Between Town and Country" (1938, Museum of Folk Art of the Arts and Crafts Research Institute, Moscow), # 26.

2. Casket "The Battle of Kulikovo" (1945, Museum of Folk Art of the Arts and Crafts Research Institute, Moscow), # 27.

3. Casket "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1946, Vladmir Branch of the Vladimir-Suzdal Museum of History, Art and Architecture), # 28.

III. Maria Nekrasova, 1994, RUSSIAN LACQUER MINIATURES. FEDOSKINO, PALEKH, KHOLUY, MSTERA, SOGLASIE, Moscow:

1. Box "Anglers" (1952, Museum of Folk Art), # 186.

2. Box "Folk Dance" (1955, Museum of Folk Art), # 187.

3. Box "The Battle of Kulikovo" (1955, Museum of Folk Art), # 198.

4. Box "Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Warrior Heroes" (1943, Museum of Palekh Art), # 199.

5. Box "Diving with garlands" (1954, Museum of Folk Art), # 200.

6. Box "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1952, Museum of Palekh Art), # 202.

7. Box "Dubrovsky" (1953, Museum of Folk Art), # 204.

IV. Dugina G. N., Pozdnyakova V. V., 1996, THE ART OF MSTIORA. CATALOG OF MSTIORA ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS, Vladimir, POKROVA, ISBN 5-87393-002-3:

Pages 64-68.

1. Casket "Dubrovsky" (1946).

2. Box "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1946).

3. Casket "Welcoming Bogdan Khmelnitsky near Kiev on December" (1946).

4. Casket "The Tale of the Dead Princess" (1947).

5. Oval box "Dancing" (1947).

6. Casket "Ready for Haymaking" (1947).

7. Casket "A Meeting" (1948).

8. Casket "Dmitry Donskoi Leading His Army to Defend Moscow. 1380" (1948).

9. Case "Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Warrior Heroes" (1949).

10. Casket "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1950).

11. Casket "The Battle on the Rymnik River" (1950).

12. Casket "The Lay of Igor's Host" (1951).

13. Casket "Springtime" (1954).

14. Casket "The Tale of the Goden Cockerel" (1955).

I. Morozov's biography: page 203.

V. Pozdnyakova V., 1990, THE ART OF MSTIORA, Gambit, Mir, Moscow:

1. Casket "Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Warrior Heroes".

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